* The Berry Citizen, Ezra D. Sargent, Editor and Publisher - Subscription, $1 a year. Wednesday, May 24, 1911. Half Acre news - Mrs. Finney Terry and daughter, Nellie, made a business trip to Cynthiana on Tuesday; V. B. King spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Townsend of near Boyd; Mrs. Frank Bowman and children of Ohio are spending a few days with her mother, Cynthia Sechrest and family; James Terry and sisters, Nellie and Mineona, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. Stone Perkins had as their guests Sunday, James Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Juett, L. T. Terry and daughter.
* Log Cabin, Oct. 30, 1942 - Harrison Countys total scrap metal collections up to yesterday amounted to 1,231,912 pounds. Per capita, 81 pounds. Harrison Countys quota by Oct. 31, per capita, 100 pounds.
* Cynthiana Democrat, Feb. 21, 1939 - The Lexington Herald, Tuesday, contained quite a complimentary notice of Leon Wiglesworth of Cynthiana, who assumed the leading part in The Dagger, the largest and most elaborate production yet sponsored by the Guignol players of the University of Kentucky, which was presented Monday evening.
* J.M. Barrie - Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.
* Cynthiana News, Aug. 11, 1870 - On Monday last, Deputy U. S. Marshall James Beggs sold the John Henry Lair Distillery, situated at Lairs Station, for $1,229.11. This was one of the most complete copper distilleries in Kentucky.
* Cynthiana Democrat, May 7, 1925 - Latest Styles in Cut Out Shoes for Ladies and Children, $2.98. Childrens Sandals in any size 98c. Ladies Hats, a new shipment just arrived from New York and other millinery markets. Hats up to $7 on sale at $1.98 and 2.98. The Grand Leader Store, opposite Citizens Bank, Pike Street, Cynthiana, Ky.
* John Adams - Let us dare to read, think, speak and write. (Where have you read that quote recently?)
* 1935 - His Face Was Smooth - And Cool As Ice - And Oh Louise - He Looked So Nice - Burma Shave.
Yes, gas prices are high, but admission prices to the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum are low. Free admission - and it is located right here in Cynthiana at 124 S. Walnut, 859-234-7179.